Quaker Universalist Conversations

Not all forms of “Univeralism” are created equal

Adria Gulizia responds to by James Riemermann’s post: … I did not intend to caricature universalism, but to speak to a particular form of universalism that I have seen in Friends meetings and that, frankly, doesn’t make much sense. The fact of the matter is…

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Interfaith environmental “webinar”

Prefer not to receive webinar invitations? Click Here. Greening Your Religious Community … Wednesday, May 11, 2011 … 10:00am U.S. Central TimeRev. Dr. Clare Butterfield, the Executive Director of Faith in Place, will provide training in basic…

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9-11-11: A National Day of Reconciliation

David R. Woolley, a Friend from Minneapolis who runs a software design company, sent us the following idea for how Friends might turn the 10th anniversary of 9/11 into a national day of reconciliation:**** … I woke up one morning last week with an idea in my…

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Universal Freedom Seder

The “Universal Freedom Seder”—an event bringing together Jews, Christians, and Muslims as well as those of 12 other faiths in the Los Angeles area—was organized by Ruth Broyde Sharone, film maker (“God and Allah Need to Talk”) and co-chair of…

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Authenticity

By Rachel Stacy … Robin Mohr wrote last Wednesday about authenticity. Her simple, authentic prayer guided me into a place of wonder and so today’s word is authenticity. (See http://robinmsf.blogspot.com/) I use the word “authentic” to describe how I want to…

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